Windows 10 is now officially released to Windows users all over the globe in a worldwide roll out that has been happening over the last several hours.
As the clock rolled over to midnight here on the East Coast the floodgates in Redmond opened, switches were flipped and red buttons pushed as Microsoft sent Windows 10 on its way.
One of the sites that got some Windows 10 love was the Microsoft's Developer Network.
If you or your company are subscribers to MSDN you can now access the ISOs for several editions of Windows 10 for immediate, albeit slow, download.
- Windows 10 Home 1
- Windows 10 Pro 1
- Windows 10 Education 1
- Windows 10 Enterprise 1
- Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB
- Windows 10 Features on Demand 2
- Windows 10 Language Interface Packs
- Windows 10 Symbols
- Windows 10 Symbols Debug/Checked
- Windows 10 IoT Core for MinnowBoard MAX (x86)
- Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi 2 (ARM)
1 - Also includes N versions
2 - Windows 10 features on demand are additional feature options available through Windows Update. This download allows organizations to pre-configure Windows 10 installation software with these features prior to deployment. This download can also be used to install features from local media.
Volume License customers will be able to download the Windows 10 Enterprise edition and VL keys on 01 August.
If you are looking to install Windows 10 on your current Windows 7 or 8,1 machine then check out how to download it and create your own installation media over at the SuperSite for Windows.